Phew, A5 out of the way, finally. I intend to clean up the code we used a bit and open-source it, and then begin refactoring it later in the year.
At work, getting ready to deploy our Puppetmaster so we can start building new servers against Puppet. Still working on the Java middleware server.
Personal project wise, I need to start a list and set some priorities, but in general, the shit I want to work on includes:
* blog port to Hakyll
* Start a website that indexes all the NZ LAN parties
* completing my Arch Linux based liveUSB for my NAS (may port this to Debian actually...)
* reformat main PC with properly aligned sectors (herp derp)
* rig up and write up my first foray into Arduino projects
* write a simple network server in Haskell or Scala (I'm thinking something that speaks DHCP)
They also had a "hacking competition" at A5, which was really, really cool. I'm probably going to take the time to replace Virtualbox with VMware, setup Backtrack, and have a go at penetrating a few of my servers